Revue d'histoire des mathématiques

The Revue d’histoire des mathématiques is an international research journal devoted to the history of the mathematical sciences.

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Published by the French Mathematical Society, the Revue d’histoire des mathématiques welcomes original research papers (in French or English) on the history of the mathematical sciences, from Antiquity to the contemporary world. Mathematical sciences may be studied from the point of view of their own development or that of their relation to other fields or to their cultural, social or institutional environment. The Revue d’histoire des mathématiques also serves the international community of historians of mathematics by offering room for critical debates, historiographical surveys, programmatical notes as well as editions of hitherto unpublished documents with commentary. Over and beyond this community, it may be of interest to mathematicians, historians and philosophers of science, sociologists, anthropologists and, more generally, to anyone looking for a reflection on mathematics and its development.

Editorial Committee

Editorial Secretary

Frédéric Brechenmacher
École polytechnique

Second Editor-in-chief:
Maarten Bullynck
Université Paris 8

Committee :

  • Tom Archibald
  • Andréa Bréard
  • Sébastien Gandon
  • Veronica Gavagna
  • Catherine Goldstein
  • Tinne Hoff Kjeldsen
  • Ralf Krömer
  • Catherine Jami
  • Marc Moyon
  • Clara Silvia Roero
  • Laurent Rollet
  • Ivahn Smadja

Odile Boubakeur

Revue d'Histoire des mathématiques
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